Private tutor in Boston, MA
Graduated with B.A. in Chemistry and Music (Double Major) at Rollins College (GPA: 3.83); currently at The New England Conservatory pursuing a Masters in Music- Voice Performance
I have had previous tutoring experience at Rollins College in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Scientific Writing (2014-16). Additionally, I have extensive laboratory experience, having worked at Rollins College (2014) to complete an original project in biochemistry in which I became skilled in biochemical techniques including cloning, transfection, and luciferase assays. Subsequently, I worked at the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department at Georgia Tech as part of the 2015 National Science Foundation Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (NSF-REU). During my time at Georgia Tech, I modeled the polymerization of lactic acid to illuminate biopolymer origins using High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (H-NMR). As part of my chemistry curriculum (which included General, Organic, Inorganic, Physical, Analytical, and Biochemistry), I took Calculus 1 and 2, Physics 1 and 2, and Biostatistics, so I feel comfortable tutoring mathematics as well. Also, in addition to my experience in music performance, I very much enjoy and excel in Music Theory, have experience in composition, and currently enrolled in Masters level Theory courses at The New England Conservatory.
Wednesday after 6PM, Thursday after 6PM, Friday after 6PM, Saturday in the morning, Saturday in the afternoon, Sunday in the afternoon
Up to 10 minutes away for no additional charge
I have always had a passion for science and music, and enjoyed exploring and connecting my interests in college as I conducted scientific research and performed in various musical venues (violin and voice). A highlight of my collegiate career included connecting my research in Origins of Life at Georgia Tech with the arts by composing and performing a string quartet for the Center for Chemical Evolution exhibit at the Atlanta Science Festival. I took the opportunity to explore my musical passion further by pursuing a Masters in Music- Voice Performance this year. When I am not studying music or in the lab, I enjoy running, swimming, learning Byzantine Chant through my church, playing chess with my sister, reading science fiction, and watching Star Trek!
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